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In a message dated 10/17/2001 9:05:48 PM Central Daylight Time,
> Is the Wyoming Cemetery reading available on line and if so, what is the
> Dick Elliott
The goal is to have the Wyoming Cemetery database information (this is much
more than a gravestone reading) on-line at the Jones County USGenWeb site
eventually. As with the Olin Cemetery, the on-line information will include
everyone buried in the cemetery before 1951.
We will offer the Wyoming Cemetery information in book form. The book will
include everyone buried in the Wyoming Cemetery through September of 2001.
Jones Co. Lookup
The Jones Co. Gen. Soc. is currently compiling a listing of the individuals
buried in the Wyoming, Iowa cemetery. The burials began in the early 1860's
and we have 3500 burials in our database.
The WPA walked cemeteries in the 1930's and they list the following people as
being buried in the Wyoming Cem. We did not find a gravestone or a listing
in the cemetery records. Do you know that these people are buried in this
Irma G. Gorsich Bender (no date on gravestone)
Paul R Brutsman 1901-1934
John Cass 1820-1916 wife: Orpha Hill (He lived and died in Jackson Co.)
Andrew Hartan 1830-1898
Laura Hartan died 04/03/1868 age 22
Calendra W Johnson 1821-1910
Orin M Newell died 11/14/1867 17 years (Otto Newell owns a lot in the cemetery
where Amelia (Newell) Arnold is buried)
IWe also need clarification for:
Mrs. Alton Alden died 10/01/1873 --WHAT IS HER GIVEN NAME?
Mrs. Rufus Henderson died 6/08/1912 @Walker, IA--IS SHE Mary J Henderson
Edwin R Leamon died 4/18/1872 --IS THIS MR OR MRS LEAMON?
Hulda Phillips 10/05/1870-07/19/1897--THE WPA SAYS DIED 07/19/1916
C L Van Dusen died 10/31/1865 47 years old--IS THE CORRECT LAST NAME?
Kathryne Willis (Morse?) Webster 1883-1920--WHICH IS HER MARRIED NAME/NAMES
AND WHICH IS MAIDEN NAME?
Any help will be appreciated.
Jones County Lookup
May I request several look-ups, which I will pay for.
Brown, John, 1860 Fed Census, Jones Co., Iowa,
Brown, John, 1860 Fed Census,Jones Co., Cass Twp.,
Iowa, p. 632.
Brown, John, 1860 Fed Census,Jones Co., Jackson Twp.,
I'm looking for the brother of my gggrandfather Samuel
Brown. Samuel died in the Civil War of disease, 7 Jul
1863. He mustered from Anamosa. John was said to have
taken care of the children of Samuel and his deceased
wife, Sarah Vaughn, when he enlisted. His wife died in
John Brown was born in Harrisville, PA, Mercer Twp.,
Butler Co., PA, as was Samuel.
Any help with this is welcome. I will pay for these
Kate Ross Dowling, Ontario Canada
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